Kathryn Bostic– Musical Director
Kathryn Bostic has composed and arranged music for numerous films, plays, TV commercials and concerts. She is a recipient of a Sundance Fellowship for Film Scoring and has scored music to several independent features and shorts. Recently she composed and arranged the music for “The Gem of the Ocean” by award-winning playwright August Wilson which premiered at The Mark Taper Forum. Kathryn was also commissioned by the Kennedy Center to compose and perform a jazz score for “Harlem”. Theater credits include The Public Theater, The Cleveland Playhouse, Baltimore Center Stage, Syracuse Stage and The Children’s Theater. She has performed with her own group as a vocalist and pianist in various clubs and festivals internationally and in the United States. These include London’s Ronnie Scotts, The Blue Note (Tokyo & Osaka), The Copenhagen Jazz Festival, Cape May Jazz Festival - New Jersey and Birdland – JVC Jazz Festival New York. She has also performed and /or recorded with numerous artists including Japanese composer and artist Ryuichi Sakamoto, k.d. lang, John Hiatt, The Manhattans, Rod Stewart and David Byrne

Michael Sena – Sound Technician
Michael Sena has over 30 years of experience in all aspects of music and audio
production. His musical education, which led into music production and engineering, began at the age of six and continued through college into now. He founded MANTRASOUND on the island of Kauai and established a 24-track recording
studio, sound system rental business, stage and lighting rental house and pro audio
and instrument retail outlet. After moving to Los Angeles in 1993 he established TONEWOOD STUDIOS, a commercial recording facility in North Hollywood.
He provides professional services worldwide through BIG WILD STUDIOS as a recording engineer, live sound mixer, audio technician for broadcast, audio
consultant, sound designer, musician and composer.

 

Dwight Andrews - Musical Arrangement